Author:Giuseppe Biancani

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Giuseppe Biancani
Italian Jesuit astronomer, mathematician, and selenographer, after whom the crater Blancanus on the Moon is named. Also known as Josephus Blancanus.
Giuseppe Biancani


  • Aristotelis loca mathematica ex universis ipsius operibus collecta et explicata (1615)
  • Sphaera mundi, seu cosmographia demonstrativa, ac facili methodo tradita (1619)
  • Constructio instrumenti ad horologia solaria

Works about Biancani[edit]

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